Prayer Shawl Knitting Group
2nd Saturday every month at 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (except during the summer)
All ages are welcome and the group loves to teach beginners how to knit! All completed prayer shawls are blessed through the hands of the entire congregation on Sundays at the Lord’s Supper. They are then available for anyone to take and give to anyone needing comfort and healing. This is an amazing ministry that changes lives and heals souls, and at the same time is a fun and happy fellowship for all!
Wyncote Farm Community-Supported Agriculture
St. Paul’s is proud to support Wyncote Academy’s Urban Agriculture Program and community-supported agriculture at its outdoor classroom, Wyncote Farm. Wyncote Farm reflects the Academy’s ongoing commitment to innovative, experiential learning. Through various science and seasonal elective courses, students participate in activities including maple tree tapping, egg collection, bee-keeping, and farm products processing.
Maple Sugaring @ St. Paul’s: Wyncote Academy is a community-based maple sap hub, accepting contributions of maple sap from 300 trees from local partners, including St. Paul’s. In the winter months, students and volunteers tap the trees and process maple sap into sugar at their Sugar Shack located at St. Paul’s. The Sugar Shack can process 600 gallons of sap per week at the season’s peak. Syrup produced will be sold at the Wyncote Farms Winter Market.
Learn more at https://www.wyncoteacademy.org/urban-agriculture-program.
Mattie N. Dixon Community Cupboard
Dropoff every Sunday
St. Paul’s has a long relationship with the Mattie N. Dixon Community Cupboard in nearby Ambler. Every Sunday, we bring our offerings of non-perishable food, children’s clothing, and winter coats to the church and then deliver them to the Community Cupboard.